Theoretical Approaches to Analyzing Complex Mixtures

Communication 4, February 1996

Communication 4 contains four reports on analyzing complex mixtures. Three reports address analytical approaches to indentifying toxic compounds. One describes statistical approachs to analysis of interaction.

Contents:

Background for the Complex Mixtures Program Biochemical Approaches
- Immunoaffinity Chromatography in the Analysis of Toxic Effects of Complex Mixtures, William E. Bechtold
- Stationary-Phase Programming for Liquid Chromatography: A New Concept for Separating Complex Mixtures, John G. Dorsey
- Supercritical Separation and Molecular Bioassay Technologies Applied to Complex Mixtures, David L. Springer

Statistical Approach
- Using the Parallel Coordinate Axis System to Analyze Complex Mixtures: Determining Biological Activity and Interactions Among Components, Chris Gennings

Concluding Remarks

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